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amondeica
BY
efesar
MUSICAL GENRE
Digital/Electronic
MUSICAL STYLE
ADDITIONAL INFO
house of gibson iii
ALBUMS
 transience transience
Digital/Electronic [LP]
circa 2000
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DESCRIPTION
sometimes we have to let the dead go.
CREDITS
written and performed by efesar.
LYRICS
all the people say its okay to be lonely
all the drinks we mix

you are the mourning son
i am the dead father
how do you know? how do you know?
that i'm not missing you now?

over and over i tried to tell them
woe, that it wasn't because of this
but nobody wants to know
nobody cares to hear

when the rain sobers me
i look upon my everlasting son

storms of anger driven away
one last toast for the road to the west
one last kiss for the road,
my weary son

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woe, if only
tomorrow were another day

the open road calls to me
(but) how can i go?

(if you're) chained to this world
(like) a burden on the shoulders of memory
how do you know? how do you know?
that i'm not missing you now?

even the butterfly knows when to fly
woe, when she envies a stone like this
nobody wants to know,
nobody cares to hear

when the rain sobers me,
i look upon my everlasting son

storms of anger driven away
one last toast for the road to the west
one last kiss for the road,
my weary son

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copyright 1993-2002 by efesar
RELEASED
April 1st, 2000
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